Washer and dryer. Yuck.
Stove. Um, are there cookies involved? Then, yeah, no thank you.
I can’t live without these items, but if I could live without ever having to touch them because my maid and butler and chef were in charge of that, I totally would.
Call me crazy but I could die a happy woman if I never had to wash another load of laundry, or fold another basket of white socks that are all about the same size, but slightly different. I could find joy in not having to make dinner every night so my children could complain about it. And dirty dishes are for the, um, they are for no one. No one likes dirty dishes.
But, I do enjoy spending time with my fridge.
So many yummy snacks in there; cheese, and cheese, and like, cheese.
With a house full of Dudes we get plenty of use out of our fridge and, when we purchased this house back in 2006 (why does that sound like forever ago?!) I was so excited that we had this big, double door, Whirlpool refrigerator, with the ice and water dispenser right there in the door. It was like we were rich I tell you!
We could finally offer our limited visitors flitered ice water when they stopped by!
Classy. So, so classy.
That was 8 years ago and a thirteen year old fridge is like a 20 year old television; it may still be working but nowhere near as efficient or cool as a brand new one.
We’ve decided that we will likely use our tax refund (pleaseletusgetarefundpleaseletusgetarefund) to buy a new model.
As Whirlpool brand loyalists (we have a Whirlpool washer and dryer too), we were excited to learn about the soon-to-be-unveiled Whirlpool CoolVox Refrigerator. With it’s on-board booming system (it has Bluetooth® wireless technology and Harman Kardon Speakers built in!), you can get your groove on while you prep your family meals, making using that oven I sorta hate a little at least 75 times more enjoyable to interact with.
This fridge of the future (like late 2014) lets families like ours, who enjoy a good pre/post dinner dance party, easily incorporate entertainment into our kitchen routine. Just like this, only like, better…
Whirlpool will be bringing this and a host of their other new concepts including Designer Duets so you can say Bye-Bye to boring laundry, a concept for an Interactive Cooktop, and concept MaxArt Microwaves to the Consumer Electronics Show this month, sharing with consumers how their products of the future are all about connection, expression, and innovation. You can see everything Whirlpool has in store for those of us who can’t enjoy the CES festivities by checking them out here.
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